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July 2017 sales: 68th month of increased sales compared to the previous year. YTD 2017 360,513 cars, an increase of 28,962 cars ( 8.7%) over 331,551 YTD 106 Outback 17,581 up 2877 cars ( 20%) over 14704 7/16 Forester 15,283 up 427 cars ( 3%) over 14856 7/16 Crosstrek 7,972 down 508 cars (-6%) under 8480 7/16 Impreza 7,777 up 2577 cars ( 50%) over 5200 7/16 Legacy 3,785 down 1427 cars (-27%) under 5212 7/16 WRX/STI 2,933 down 355 cars (-11%) under 3288 7/16 BRZ 372 up 19 cars ( 5%) over 353 7/16 7/29 2018 Crosstreks now arriving at dealers 7/29 2018 Legacy brochures now at dealers 7/25 2018 Impreza orders now available. 2018 prices, specs, options page Orders not accepted yet All models MSRP increased 0, destination increased , so the price goes up 0. A few new colors, crimson red and magnetite gray, replace a few old colors, venetian red and carbide gray.Limited model tires get a slightly higher speed rating (89v). 67 months of consecutive sales increases, 40th month of sales over 40,000.The 2017 Forester will continue to be popular due its practical, tall greenhouse cabin with easy to see out of rear windows, reasonable price, and 0% financing but its dated audio technology (ie no Android Auto, Apple Carplay, no active rear view steering lines, original small blind spot symbols) will hinder sales for some people, especially buyers who care about technology and are shopping other brands.And some buyers will take a look at the slightly larger Outback with all its new features and decide that's the way to go.Also the The 2017 Outback has a strong 0% finance rate for 48 months in June (increased to 60/63 months for July, announced on 7/1) which is helping sales as many people wait for the 2018 with its big upgrades including LED steering responsive headlights, more visible blind spot detection symbols moved to the mirror housing (from the mirror itself), and of course the Android Auto and Apple Carplay.

June sales Top volume for the month is 20 Forester, continuing to prove people will buy better and more functional (the Forester) over pretty and less functional (other similar sized competitor cars that may be prettier but aren't as useful) even if the 2018 Forester is falling behind the technology curve.

The 18 Forester will do well because its a great, practical car but many people will wait for the 19 redesign..

There's a still a very strong supply of 17 Outbacks available with deeply discounted prices and 0% financing to 63 months on approval of credit.

September totals Outback 16,330, a drop of 648 cars (-4%) under 16978 cars 9/16 Forester 13,262 cars, a steep drop of 2621 cars (-17%) under 15,882 cars 9/16 Crosstrek 12,491 car, a whopping increase of 4,230 cars ( 51%) over 8,261 9/16 Impreza 6,324 cars, up 1538 cars ( 32%) over 4,786 cars 9/16 Legacy 3,902 cars, down 2,125 cars (-35%) under 6,027 cars 9/16 BRZ 301 cars, 1 car over 300 cars sold 9/16 sales YTD 2017 vs 2016 Outback 140,491, up 14,065 cars over 126,4 Forester 132,030 up 1378 cars over 130,6 Crosstrek 76,814, up 8004 cars over 68,8 Impreza 64,589, up 19,519 cars over 45,0 Legacy 37,461, down 9935 cars under 47,3 WRX, STI 24,156, down 1015 cars under 25,1 BRZ 3,307, down 55 cars under 3,3 9/9/17 Estimated arrival dates for new or upgraded models 2019 Forester- all new, October 2018 2019 WRX, STI...

no timeline, all very hush-hush but sometime in 2018 2019 Ascent 7/8 passenger- all new model May/June 2018 Plug-in hybrid, all new, no details yet, November 2018 9/5/17 August sales Subarus best month ever. August 2017 sets a new record with 63,215 cars August YTD 423,728, which is 31759 cars (8%) over YTD 2016 391,969 August 2017 sales The clear volume leader is Outback with 20,327 cars, mostly due to the audio and safety upgrades (Android Auto, Apple Carplay, improved blind spot detection symbols etc).